"Elite" is a Spanish thriller teen drama streaming television series directed by Ramón Salazar, Carlos Montero and Darío Madrona.
The starring cast includes Itzan Escamilla, Miguel Bernardeau, María Pedraza, Ester Expósito, Miguel Herrán, Álvaro Rico, Danna Paola, Jaime Lorente, Arón Piper, Mina El Hammani and others.
Here are "Elite" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Elite?
Netflix on Monday, March 02, 2020 released the trailer for "Elite" you can watch here:
Elite: Season 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is Elite plot?
Here is a plot summary for "Elite" TV series.
After their school collapses, three working-class friends - Samuel (Itzan Escamilla), Nadia and Christian (Miguel Herrán) - are offered scholarships to Las Encinas, the most exclusive private school in Spain. The scholarships are sponsored by the construction company at fault for the school's collapse. At Las Encinas, the three are initially ostracized by the wealthy students. As the school year progresses, their lives intertwine in a clash of lifestyles, resentments, envy, and sexual attraction. Through a series of flash-forward scenes of police interrogations, the audience is shown stories of the characters' relationships that lead to Marina's murder.
After the revelation of the murder, the second season deals with the lead-up to the disappearance of Samuel. Meanwhile, three new students - Valerio, Rebeka, and Cayetana - join the school where each of them have their own dark secrets. They befriend the students in their class whilst Samuel continues with his plan to clear the name of his brother Nano (Jaime Lorente), who was accused of Marina's murder. Meanwhile, Polo (Álvaro Rico) attempts suicide to clear his conscience, but eventually learns to live happily with the help of Cayetana. Ander's mental health deteriorates due to the burden of keeping Polo's secret. After Samuel tricks Carla (Ester Expósito) into revealing Marina's murderer, Polo is arrested, but is released two weeks later and returns to school.
The students enter their last semester at Las Encinas. In a flash-forward plot, the students are interviewed about Polo's death during their graduation party. Polo and Cayetana are left as outcasts by their peers, with the exception of Valerio. Samuel and Guzman continue their plot to bring justice for Polo's crimes. Lu (Danna Paola) and Nadia compete for a scholarship to Columbia University, leading the two to form a mutual friendship. Ander is diagnosed with leukemia and begins chemotherapy, causing friction between him and his loved ones. On the night of their graduation, in a drunken stupor, Lu accidentally stabs Polo, who stumbles and falls to his death. Samuel, Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau), Ander, Omar, Nadia, Carla, Valerio, Rebeca and Cayetana agree to cover up the murder. Unable to find a suspect, Polo's death is eventually ruled as a suicide and his parents tell the police he confessed to Marina's murder. Two months later, Samuel, Guzman, Ander and Rebeca return to repeat their final year with Omar, who has enrolled as a full-time student.
Who's in the Elite cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Elite" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Itzan Escamilla as Samuel García Domínguez (seasons 1 - 4), one of three transfer students
Miguel Bernardeau as Guzmán Nunier Osuna adopted brother of Marina, and Lu's ex-boyfriend
María Pedraza as Marina Nunier Osuna (season 1, videotape season 2 and 3), Guzmán's sister and love interest of Nano and Samuel
Ester Expósito as Carla Rosón Caleruega (seasons 1 - 3), Polo's ex-girlfriend and Christian's sex partner
Miguel Herrán as Christian Varela Expósito (season 1; guest season 2), one of three transfer students
Álvaro Rico as Leopoldo "Polo" Benavent Villada (seasons 1 - 3), Carla's ex-boyfriend and Cayetana's love interest
Danna Paola as Lucrecia "Lu" Montesinos Hendrich (seasons 1 - 3), Guzmán's ex-girlfriend
Jaime Lorente as Fernando "Nano" García Domínguez (seasons 1 - 2, voice in season 3), Samuel's older brother
Arón Piper as Ander Muñoz son of the principal
Mina El Hammani as Nadia Shanaa (seasons 1 - 3), one of three transfer students, the daughter of Palestinian immigrants and the love interest of Guzmán
Omar Ayuso as Omar Shanaa (seasons 1 - 4), Nadia's brother
Jorge López as Valerio Montesinos Rojas (seasons 2 - 3), Lu's half-brother
Claudia Salas as Rebeca "Rebe" de Bormujo Ávalos (season 2 - present), a rebellious, wealthy girl
Georgina Amorós as Cayetana Grajera Pando (season 2 - present), the daughter of a cleaning lady
Leïti Sène as Malik (season 3), a love interest of Omar
Sergio Momo as Yeray (season 3), a love interest of Carla
Manu Ríos as season 4 - present
Carla Díaz as season 4 - present
Pol Granch as season 4 - present
Martina Cariddi as season 4 - present
Ainhoa Santamaría as the police interrogator
Ramón Esquinas as Ventura Nunier Guzmán and Marina's father
Abdelatif Hwidar as Yusef Shanaa Nadia and Omar's father
Elisabet Gelabert as Azucena de Muñoz the school principal and Ander's mother
Irene Arcos as Pilar Domínguez (seasons 1 - 2; guest season 3), Nano and Samuel's mother
Jorge Suquet as Martín (season 1), a school teacher
Farah Hamed as Imán Shanaa Nadia and Omar's mother
Rocío Muñoz-Cobo as Laura Osuna Marina and Guzmán's mother
Lola Marceli as Beatriz Caleruega (seasons 1 - 3), a marchioness and Carla's mother
Rubén Martínez as Teodoro Rosón (seasons 1 - 3), Carla's father and Ventura's business partner
Alfredo Villa as Antonio Muñoz (season 1; guest season 2), Ander's father and tennis coach
Yaiza Guimaré as Begoña (seasons 2 - present; guest season 1), one of Polo's mothers
Eva Llorach as Sandra López Gallego (seasons 2 - present), Rebeca's mother
Liz Lobato as Andrea (seasons 1, 3 - present; guest season 2), one of Polo's mothers and CEO of an important magazine
Marta Aledo as Victoria Pando (season 2), Cayetana's mother
Jorge Clemente as Alexis (seasons 3 - present), Ander's friend
Julián Ortega as Encargado 'La Cabaña'
Aryè Campos as Victoria
Javier Mula as Hombre Amenaza
Kike Guaza as Profesor
Jon Rod as Doctor de Ander
Bruno Lastra as Felipe
Alex Ricart as Bravucón
Jesús Gallo as Hombre Amenaza 2
Saturnino García as Cayetana's Grandfather
Laura Calero as Enfermera
Xabier Leal as Policía
Carlos Calle as Barman de Pub
Cristian J. Costa as Cliente Pelea
Gary Anthony Stennette as American Teacher
Coke Rodríguez as Marcos
Verónica Polo as Audiovisual Teacher
Francesc Galceran as Abogado Samuel
Víctor Castilla as Cocinero 'La Cabaña'
Rut Santamaría as Profesora
Hicham Malayo as Nasser
Pepe Lorente as Police Inspector Assistant
Alex de Nova as Chico Borracho
Julia Rodríguez as Alumna 1
Jhonatan Redón as Goon
Gloria García Barquero as Secretaria Colegio
Agustín Martín as Goon
Shani Atias as Teacher
Natalia Espadas as Chemistry Teacher
Diego Martin as season 4 - present
Manuel Castillo as Profesor de deporte
Paola Matienzo as Madre de Lu
Néstor Rubio as Monitor Piscina
Didier Otaola as Pub Chief
Roberto Peralta as Tito
Fran Cantos as Inspector Almagro
Jaime Vidal as Chaval Pueblo
Olivia Baglivi as Rich Girl
Daniel Mantero as Doctor
Fernando Moraleda as Priest
Eduardo Burgos as Profesor Economía
Adrián Pedraja as Entrenador colegio
Joan Manuel Gurillo as Grizzled Man
Pilar Martínez as Madre de Christian
Isabelle Stoffel as Sra. Torres
Eric Masip as Barman
Carlos Olalla as Juez
Jorge Segovia as Camarero
María Luz Serrano as Camarera del Restaurante
Mario Lora as Juez de línea
Fernando Carpintero as Padre de Christian
Claudia Coelho as Waitress
Julio Perillán as Sr. Torres
Davinia Morales as Criada de Rebeca
Silvio Quiñónez as Invitado a la Fiesta
Lucas Vidal as Músico
Juan Escudero as Alumno baloncesto
Paola Mulano as Criada Carla
Josete Rivas as Camarero Bar Gay
Rafael Sandoval as Doctor Hospital
Álex Béjar as Amiga de Lu
Ignacio Carrascal as Matón
Cristina Medina as Cleaning Assistant
Ken Appledorn as Entrevistador
Kevin McHale as Bill McKinley
Jordi Tamarit as Policía
Silvia Casanova as Clienta tarot
Dori Martin as Secretaria Clínica
Victoria Santos as Clienta Nadia
Diego Betancor as Waiter
Virginia Mora as Profesora de Matemáticas
Peter Nikolas as Entrevistador
Paula Fernández Mata as Alumna 2
Emilio Pereda as Fotográfo
Iñaki Juaristi as Waiter
Julia Möller as Entrevistadora
Alba Sanz as Invidada a la Fiesta
Félix Herzog as Fer
Sonia Oblinski as Alumna 3
Aitor Sánchez as Professor
Alberto Vargas as Pablo
Paco Blázquez as Médico
Guillermo Casta as Policía
Ana Ruano as Rooftop Guest
Jacinto Angosto as Bouncer
Alejandro Licera as Rooftop Waiter
Carlos Blanco as Duarte
Julian Jaramillo as Amigo
What are Elite filming details?
"Elite" series are produced by Zeta Producciones.
The average duration of each episode is 47 - 56 minutes. Country of origin: Spain. Original language: Spanish.
"Elite" TV series is rated "G", according to the MPAA film rating system.
What are critics and audiences saying about Elite?
"Elite" TV series got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 20/100.
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